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Second Russian-Bulgarian twin cities forum opens in Varna

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Second Russian-Bulgarian twin cities forum opens in Varna


17.09.2018

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Delegations from more than 80 Russian and Bulgarian cities came to the Second Russian-Bulgarian twin cities forum, informs Rossotrudnichestvo branch in Bulgaria at its Facebook page. 

Joint touristic, cultural, educational projects to be discussed.

Heads of Russia and Bulgaria discussed highly estimated importance of this event. The First forum was officially remarked at the meeting with Vladimir Putin and Premier Minister of Bulgaria Boiko Borisov on May 2018. The forum was called the evidence of Russian-Bulgarian relationships strengthening. 

The forum participants will execute presentations of their cities. They will also participate in round tables were questions on their involvement on municipal, regional, and even national levels to be discussed. Partner connections, tourism co-working and educational projects to be the main topics. The participants to open new Education year in some Russian-language specialized schools of Varna, and will take part in the Friendship Lesson.  

96 Bulgarian cities have partnership or twin-city relations with Russian cities, and new agreements are going to be yet signed. For example, Varna and Vorkuta are to become twin-cities.

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